Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, now running for President as a Democrat (and thus forcing the Democrats to take some ownership of having had an avowed Socialist in their Senate caucus for the past decade plus) thinks that America's children are starving due to too many brands of deodorant. Show More Summary
Entrepreneur icons Ben and Jerry support Sanders for President. Should other entrepreneurs get on the bandwagon?
Bernie Sanders formally kicked off his campaign for president on Tuesday by calling for a “political revolution.” Later, while talking with reporters, the self-styled socialist’s rhetoric soared a good deal closer to earth. “I fullyShow More Summary
I’ve been reading about Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders announcing for the presidency. In reality all he’s likely to do is make Hillary seem “moderate” in comparison. I guess what I don’t understand is why someone like Sanders is even taken seriously. Read Ed Driscoll at Washington Monthly’s “Political Animal“: And despite Clinton’s great strength, [Sanders is] also […]
The cheering section for Bernie Sanders (I-VT) at MSNBC is growing with each passing day. Last night, Rachel Maddow was upbeat about the self-described socialist’s chances in the 2016 presidential election.
There are no longer words to summarize the utter devastation taking place in Venezuela's 'socialist paradise' economy, but one can try. Unfortunately for residents of the Latin American country, what had been predicted on these pages...Show More Summary
In case you didn't hear, self-described "democratic socialist" Bernie Sanders is running for president. The Independent from Vermont, who caucuses with Democrats in the Senate, kicked off his campaign before thousands of enthusiastic...Show More Summary
And I'm not even talking about Hillary's big re-launch. Those millionaires are crunchy ice cream magnates Ben and Jerry, who hail from Sanders'...
Rejoice, Liberal-Americansians, for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (Socialist and proud of it!) officially declared on Tuesday that he is running to be president of U.S. America. Awwwwww yeah! And lest you think Sanders is just some silly...Show More Summary
2016's socialist candidate wants to use the tax code to transfer wealth downward. Are you terrified yet?
Sen. Bernie Sanders, the self-described socialist who kicked off his presidential campaign on Tuesday with a characteristically fiery speech, isn't going to win the 2016 Democratic nomination unless lightning strikes. To be really effective, in any case, the lightning would have to strike Hillary...
Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign revelas how skewed our attitudes toward wealth and taxation have become
Socialist genius Bernie Sanders has figured out what’s really ailing America. Our store shelves have too many different brands of deodorant and sneakers. Just look at all those horrible, fully
By John Feffer | (Tomdispatch.com) | – Imagine an alternative universe in which the two major Cold War superpowers evolved into the United Soviet Socialist States. The conjoined entity, linked perhaps by…
Quote of the Day I - A Fella Could Have a Pretty Good Weekend in Vegas With All This Stuff Edition An upcoming workshop scheduled to take place at the University of Wisconsin-Madison aims to teach campus radicals and socialists...
TYPICAL SOCIALIST GRAFT: A story over at the Daily Caller asks, Did Bernie Sanders’ wife commit fraud? Jane Sanders was the president of tiny Burlington College in Burlington, Vermont for seven years, from 2004 until 2011. During her tenure, Sanders masterminded an ambitious expansion plan that would have more than doubled the size of the school. To […]
Contrary to when Ted Cruz announced that he was seeking the presidency, the extremist label has hardly been applies self-avowed democratic-socialist Bernie Sanders (I-VT) as he prepares to launch his 2016 campaign today with an event in Vermont.
With Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and a Cajun concert, the Democratic socialist from Vermont formally kicks off his presidential campaign in typically atypical fashion.
The rich paid a lot more money under the Republican president. This week, Vermont Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to discuss his plan for the United States. The interview has drawnShow More Summary
Instead of Scandinavian socialism, America looks a lot more like authoritarian regimes of the past -- and present. Imagine an alternative universe in which the two major Cold War superpowers evolved into the United Soviet Socialist States. Show More Summary